Tupsley Girls were celebrating after being chosen by Arsenal Women as a sister club for the season.

The partnership gave them opportunities to have training sessions with Arsenal Women's coaches and also matchday tickets.

Leominster Inclusive Sports came away with winners trophies from a r a Special Olympic event in Campden.

Hereford RFC were celebrating after a patient performance gave them a 36-3 win over Worcester.

Five tries, four conversions and a penalty saw the Wyesiders continue their good start to the season.

Westfields marched on in the FA Vase as they swept aside Newton Abbot Spurs 8-0.


An army veteran who suffered a career ending injury was

selected to represent Team UK at the Invictus Games The Hague next year.

Daniel O’Connor, aged 28, from Hereford, hopes to compete in archery and indoor rowing at the games.

American Football team Hereford Stampede were celebrating after being awarded a place in the National League SFC2

Central for next year.

The selection into the British American Football system follows two years of hard work by the Hereford side.

Professional golfer Oliver Farr celebrated securing d his European Tour place for the next year.

After winning a Challenge Tour event in Morocco a solid finish at the season finale in Majorca secured his place.


Westfields saw their Wembley dreams ended for another season as they were knocked out the FA Vase following a 3-1 defeat by Lutterworth Town.

Hereford manager Russell Slade was left furious after his side saw a goal controversially disallowed during a 1-1 draw with Farsley Celtic.

A flat racing jockey made the record books after winning her 107th race of the year.

Hollie Doyle, from Ivington, broke the record for the most wins in a calendar year by a female jockey.